Who better to trust customizing a 1000% Medicom [email protected] then Jon Paul Kaiser. That’s what a collector in Hong Kong did, putting the full trust in JPK and bless this huge 28″ figure. We all know JPK is a master at using a vinyl or any designer toy as a canvas and he uses the shape of the [email protected] to it’s max advantage. His deep black used as a negative space to allow the dead samurai pop right out. A prime example is the left foot curves up on the [email protected] so JPK takes give off the perspective that the foot curls up slightly.
“The client left the design direction up to me though asked to see sketches first so we could decide on a path together. After a few sketches that weren’t working for us both, I developed the floating, dream-like samurai which I knew instantly was the path to take. The client agreed and i got to work.”
One thing that’s not to my personal taste might be the eyes. But saying that it’s still one hell of a custom and beats having JPK art on a normal canvas. Certainly will be a center piece if I had this custom or even have it displayed on its own. [email protected] collectors form an orderly queue to get on JPK waiting list. Here are a few WIP shots from JPK.
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Need a custom yourself? Find JPK via http://www.jonpaulkaiser.com/ Facebook ,Twitter andInstagram. Photography, yeah you guessed it, was by Justin Allfree who’s once as again done a beautiful job capturing this JPK custom in all it’s glory.